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Gardening in August–Or Not–Beth Trissel

“Gardens are a form of autobiography.”~Sydney Eddison If, by late August, a gardener is wondering how long it will be until frost arrives and tidies up the robust weeds growing in and among everything, or if she/he is thinking of … Continue reading

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August in the Garden–Beth Trissel

I’m sharing an excerpt from my nonfiction book, Shenandoah Watercolors, a 2012 Epic eBook finalist. Free in Amazon Kindle from August 19th through the 23rd. “It is only when we forget all our learning that we begin to know.” ~Henry … Continue reading

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